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Evolutionary Anthropology

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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT100Y1
Professor
Christopher Watts
Semester
Fall

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READ OUTLINES, textbook T_T essay Evolutionary Anthropology Application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of morphology, ecology, behavior of human and non-human primates Primatology Scientific studies of non-human primates Anatomy -> investigation of psych -> field studies Conserve Paleoanthropology Bio evo of primates; advent of and changes in human cultural activities Evo history of behavior in primates Human Variation Spatial and temporal variations in human futures Medical Anthropology Social, environmental, biological factors influence health and illness at community, regional, national and global levels Forensic Anthropology Focuses only on skeletal remains of humans forensic anthropologists seek to determine age, sex, stature, ancestry trauma, disease of deceased Major Questions about Humans and Biology How does evo work and apply to us What are bio characteristics of our species Physical record of evolution (paleoanthropology) and how do we see this in the fossils of extinct forms of humans Research www.notesolution.com
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